This cookie practices policy; applies to websites and mobile applications carried out by OYAK Maritime and Port Management INC.or on behalf of them.
Web traffic is analyzed through cookies and your web applications can be personalized according to your preferences. Some cookies may contain personal data (for example, registering the username by the cookie when clicking “remember me “ when logging in). These cookies are only registered if you have your consent.
The main purposes of using cookies on our website are:
The cookies used by the OYAK Maritime and Port Management INC. do not harm your computer and do not contain viruses.
Cookies may appear in different types according to different classification types.
Cookies referred to as session cookies refer to temporary cookies held on your devices until they leave the website. Persistent cookies are long-term cookies on your device's hard drive.
Mandatory cookies enable the website to function properly and enable users to navigate and take advantage of the features of the website. Mandatory cookies are anonymous.
Functional and Analytical cookies include data on how to remember your preferences, how to use the website effectively, optimize the site to meet user requests, and how visitors use the site. By the nature of this type of cookies user name and so on. may contain your personal information.
Commercial cookies are designed to provide you with a more advanced, personalized advertising policy and offer you a more sophisticated, personalized advertising policy based on your interests and choices.
Cookies shall be kept for the period required by the above-mentioned processing purposes; If you wish, you can make the necessary adjustments in your browser settings. However, these settings may vary depending on the internet browser. For more information, please refer to your browser's help files and usage information.
If cookies are shared with third parties and shared, the scope and reason should be indicated As the data sharing with Third Parties will be evaluated under the Protection of Personal Data Law Act No 6698, we would like to state that such sharing should be regulated gracefully.